Devices for displacement / distance measurement.

PMT (photomultiplier tubes)

In the photosensor field, photomultiplier tubes (or PMT) are known to have particularly high sensitivity. PMT also have dozens of other advantages such as high-speed response time.

Si photodiodes

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Featuring high sensitivity and low dark current, these Si photodiodes are specifically designed for precision photometry and general photometry/visible range.

Si APD

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Si APDs are high-speed, high sensitivity photodiodes having an internal gain mechanism, and can be used in measurements at very low light levels.

PSD

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Position sensitive detectors (PSD) are optoelectronic position sensors utilizing photodiode surface resistance. Unlike discrete element detectors such as CCD, PSD provides continuous position data (X or Y coordinate data) and features high position resolution and high-speed response.

NMOS image sensors

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Ideally suited for high-precision photometry requiring high ultraviolet sensitivity, these devices have excellent output linearity.

CMOS linear image sensors

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CMOS image sensors have ideal features such as low power consumption, small size and more highly integrated signal processing circuits.

LED

L5766,L6287

Light emitting diodes (LEDs) are opto-semiconductors that convert electric energy into light energy. Compared to laser diodes (LDs),

CCD image sensors

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CCD image sensors have extremely low noise and so can acquire image signals with a high S/N. Hamamatsu CCD image sensors use an FFT-CCD that achieves a 100 % fill factor and collects light with zero loss, making them ideal for high precision measurement such as spectrophotometry. There are two types: a front-illuminated type and a back-thinned type with higher quantum efficiency. Both types are available in various pixel sizes and layouts, allowing you to select the optimal device to meet your needs.

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